Category Archives: Reviews

Reviews of films, music, food and other interests of mine

Catch-22 at The Playhouse

Catch-22: If you’re crazy, you’re not fit for combat; but admit it and the doctors know you’re sane, and you’re sent back out to fight. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. This is the reality B-25 bomber pilot Captain Yossarian … Continue reading

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Museum of Liverpool: ‘From There to Here’ Enough?

Over the bank holiday weekend, I took time out to go and see two exhibitions at the Museum of Liverpool that I’d been looking forward to, especially given the important messages they purport to communicate to visitors; From There to Here, and April … Continue reading

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Under Milk Wood, Liverpool Playhouse

Liverpool Playhouse, 19 May 2014 Perhaps one of Dylan Thomas’ best known plays,Under Milk Wood is enjoying a successful run at the Playhouse Theatre this week to mark the centenary of the playwright’s birth. Thomas tells the tale of twenty-four hours … Continue reading

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A Bloggers Guide to Liverpool’s Independent Arts Scene

Art in Liverpool editor Sinead Nunes takes us on a virtual tour of Liverpool, stopping off at some of the city’s top independent galleries and creative spaces. Look beyond the world famous Tate Liverpool and established galleries such as the Bluecoat … Continue reading

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Science Fiction: New Death at FACT, Liverpool

Science Fiction: New Death pays homage to the world of an often undervalued genre, whilst drawing attention to contemporary issues surrounding the future of our relationship with technology. Fittingly, this exhibition takes place at FACT, a Liverpool gallery driven by its … Continue reading

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Heart Variations for String Quartet at Sr George’s Hall

When Conceptual Artist and psychologist Egle Mei got in touch with Art in Liverpool to announce her newest project, we were excited. Having loved her last exhibition at the Blade Factory in Camp and Furnace, we wanted to see what she … Continue reading

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Yellowman and Dillinger at District

Bob Marley once spoke of a prophecy, which said there is one type of music that will unite the people. Well, this is it. Reggae legends Yellowman and Dillinger took to the stage at District, in front of a huge … Continue reading

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